Hotel Ritz Plaza
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... any. Passing the paper shops which smelled of not much, to the motor bike and car bits shops, we were pretty sure we could have made a car on one street (if we knew how) just by buying all the relevant pieces, they all smelled of burnt oil and grease. Further along there was the beginning of a slum area, not a large one but sizable enough and the smell here was not so pleasant, it smelled of raw sewage and sweat, it was a hot ...
... for Jase to wear a Turban. Man those things are tight and its certainly not a one man job. Once I was sporting this bright orange headdress, it was only right to have a photo shoot. The thing is that Zoe and I posed with a kiss, at which point all the women grabbed the kids and ran away from the courtyard. All the boys were laughing and then we realised that we had done the wrong thing. Apparently the women were screaming 'this is ...
... to communicate something. John tried to engage him in conversation about the unique features of his Mercedes but actually it turned out that all he really wanted was 260 rupees for the stuff he had given us. The train ride was fascinating. Again, the real India, where wealth and poverty can be seen running alongside each other, sometimes in the same street. As soon as we got back to the Shangri-la we bumped into Sam and Katie, who arrived at ...
... our seats but struggled to fit our large bags onto the racks above our heads (we ended up putting them around the carriage as the people in front of us were worried they would fall on them throughout the journey!). We then set off for Amritsar where we would be for the next few days. The journey was quote comfortable although we still had to endure people starring at us (you’d have thought that they would have gotten over the white people by now!). There were a lot of Sikhs ...
... but I suspect it was dangerous. 2 Czech women were kidnapped beginning of the year and there are every week a bomb in Quetta. I have not felt the danger and uncomfortable I was not. Except that armed police come along when you go shopping and ride with you, everything is normal and the people are nice. I think it's a bit of Russian roulette with a very large magazine. You’re at the wrong time, wrong place, then it's bad.